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B.S. Mathematics Degree Plan

REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO GRADUATION

  • Minimum credit hours for graduation - 120
  • Minimum credit hours in the liberal arts & sciences - 55
  • Minimum credit hours in upper-division (3000/4000 courses) - 40
  • Minimum credit hours (3000/4000 courses) in major completed at SWOSU - 8
  • Minimum credit hours at SWOSU (15 of the last 30) - 30
  • Minimum Grade Point Average in all coursework - 2.00
  • Minimum Grade Point Average in major - 2.50

GENERAL EDUCATION

Courses that are required are in bold type Courses that are recommended are in italics

43-44 REQUIRED HOURS

6 Composition

  • ENGL 1113 English Composition I
  • ENGL 1213 English Composition II

3 *Mathematics 

2 Computer Applications 

  • COMSC 1022 Computers & Information Access

8 Natural Sciences

  • BIOL 1004 Biological Concepts
  • SCI 1514 Concepts of Physical Science
  • ASTRO 1904 Astronomy
  • GEOL 1934 Physical Geology
  • CHEM 1004 General Chemistry OR higher numbered chemistry course

6 Humanities & Fine Arts

  • ART 1223 Art Survey
  • LIT 2413 Intro to Literature
  • MUSIC 1013 Intro to Music I
  • PHILO 1453 Intro to Philosophy
  • COMM 1313 Intro to Public Speaking

6 US History & Government

  • POLSC 1103 American Government & Politics
  • HIST 1063 US History

6 Economic & International Studies

  • HIST 1033 World History
  • GEOG 1103 World Cultural Geography
  • ECONO 2263  Intro to Macroeconomics OR
  • ECONO 2363 Intro to Microeconomics

6-7 Behavioral, Social, & Cultural Studies

  • PSYCH 1003 General Psychology
  • SOCIO 1003 Introduction to Sociology
  • ___4  World Languages
  • TECH 1223 Technology and Society
  • KINES 1133 Wellness Concepts & Exercise Applications

*Waived due to major requirement

Mathematics Major

Code No 134

29-30 Required Courses

  • MATH 1513 College Algebra AND
  • MATH 1613 College Trigonometry OR
  • MATH 1715 College Algebra and Trigonometry
  • MATH 1834 Calculus I
  • MATH 2834 Calculus II
  • MATH 3653 Linear Algebra
  • MATH 3834 Calculus III
  • MATH 4213 Differential Equations I
  • MATH 4653  Modern Algebra
  • MATH 4853 Advanced Calculus

6 Electives In Math

  • (3000-4000 Level Courses)

3 Computer Science

  • (Any Scientific Programming Language OR MATH 3533 Technology and Programming in Mathematics)

18-40 Minor or Second Major

0-21 Free Electives

Electives to bring total to 120

For the minor program only, refer to the Mathematics minor in the Minor Programs of Study

Students should work closely with their advisors to ensure that they take mathematics courses in the appropriate sequence For example, taking a 1000 level mathematics course after successfully completing Calculus I is usually not recommended Deviations from the appropriate sequence require departmental approval.


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